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    HTMLGate

    A small, lightweight web-editor. Supports HTML 4, XHTML 2, JavaScript 1.2, VBScript, DHTML, CSS 2.0, PHP 5, ASP, XML, JSP, SSI, WML 1.1, HDML 3.0, SMIL, PERL, SQL and WebTV pages.

    Granted, it's no DreamWeaver - but... install it, copy the install directory, uninstall the app, copy the copied install directory to a memory key, and you have a mobile editor - you know... for those times when you just happen to need to edit a bit of code of a machine with no editor installed and notepad just won't cut it... you know... as you do... :?:

    Homepage

    Download (added to Downloads).

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Thanks for the tip. Will give it a go

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Will it work off a read only source btw?

    i.e. copy the install dir to a CD-R?

    Would be handy for my toolkit

    Cheers,
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    Re: HTMLGate

    Hmm... don't know, never tried... might give it a whirl tomorrow (well today....) and see

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Cool - let me know. Thanks

    Cheers,
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    Re: HTMLGate

    Try giving NVU a try too. This can also be found in the downloads area.

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Do you people not sleep?

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Quote Originally Posted by andy
    Do you people not sleep?
    Just read the post times: Aye Carumba!!!

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    Re: HTMLGate

    I have a 9 month old baby. Sleep is not an option!

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box
    I have a 9 month old baby. Sleep is not an option!
    Hence the 5.42 post! hehe

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Quote Originally Posted by Dos_Box
    I have a 9 month old baby. Sleep is not an option!
    Feel for ya mate! Mine changed to a regular sleep pattern at that age .

    [2 kids - 2 & 4]

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Quote Originally Posted by andy
    Do you people not sleep?
    Not a hell of a lot no 2-4 hours a night.

    My 4 year old son is still not in a proper sleep pattern yet! Has this habit of waking me up at 4am on a Saturday... generally about 2 hours after I've been to bed!! 8O

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    Re: HTMLGate

    I knew this'd turn into a parent thread! LOL!

    Gonna be a git now: Mine both snapped into a routine at 9 months of bedding at 6:30 pm and sleeping through 'till 7am strict - every night - without fail - and they very rarely ever wake up in between. We've lost baby sitters 'coz the job is so dull! hehe! We've both had loads of experience with kids which helped a lot - but it runs in my family to have easy kids - if I'd known before I'm sure I could have worked it in to a chat up line! LOL!

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    Re: HTMLGate

    Quote Originally Posted by andy
    Do you people not sleep?
    Sleep?

    ...Sleep is for the ill-prepared lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Diello
    My 4 year old son is still not in a proper sleep pattern yet! Has this habit of waking me up at 4am on a Saturday... generally about 2 hours after I've been to bed!! 8O
    LMAO - you may as well stay up Sat night just a bit longer then

    Thank god I havent got kids lol

    *quickly touches as much wood as he can find*



    Nath.

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    Sounds ominous Nath LOL!



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